Kibana53 - Not suitable node version available?

Mark Clarke mark at
Fri Sep 15 02:57:31 UTC 2017

Thanks for the help. Not sure how ports got out of date. I have done
several base system upgrades 10.3-11.1 maybe that did it and was trying
out the subversion approach to updating ports. There is something I
don't understand about the process :) Will figure it out.

I deleted /usr/ports and used portsnap to fetch a new base set. Busy
building node 8.5

kind regards

On 13/09/2017 11:58, Eugene Grosbein wrote:
> On 13.09.2017 16:29, Mark Clarke wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I posted a comment on a bug report regarding kibana53 failure to start 
>> by default on 11.0 and 11.1. I installed Kibana53 with pkg. From the bug 
>> report it looks like node 8.2 or higher is required. The maintainer 
>> asked me to post here instead to follow up. Miroslav pointed out in his 
>> comment that  it will work with node-8.3.0 but  I cannot find this in 
>> port nor in pkg. I have upgaded my ports tree via svn and all I have is 
>> node, and node010. Node is version 8.1 which is not compatible. How do I 
>> get more recent node versions in my ports tree or in pkg?
> www/node was upgraded from 8.3.0 to 8.4.0 almost a month ago.
> You could remove your ports tree and fetch it again from official mirror
> as your source is obviously stale.

Mark Clarke
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